Morning Paper

Quincy TQuincy T from ear to earPosts: 1,090Registered Users Major grins
edited May 9, 2012 in Documentary
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Feel free to critique the ever-loving poop out of this, as usual. Thanks for looking.

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  • damonffdamonff film Posts: 1,894Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 7, 2012
    I like the circular geometry of the shot. It's like a spiral. Cool!
  • Quincy TQuincy T from ear to ear Posts: 1,090Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 7, 2012
    damonff wrote: »
    I like the circular geometry of the shot. It's like a spiral. Cool!

    Thanks, damon. I'm sitting in the very same position right now, I only have my 50mm lens on my 7D, so it's more like an 85. I'd look a little too odd to the guy sitting behind me if I got up and stuck my butt in his face to take this shot, but if he moves, maybe I'll frame better :).

    If the newspaper lady comes back, that is.
  • rainbowrainbow Major grins Posts: 2,757Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 8, 2012
    Not sure what you are trying to convey here -- certainly have a person reading a newspaper, but that's all I get out of it. There is also some attention drawn by the card in the bottom left due to the focus, but unclear what that might add to the shot.
  • TonyCooperTonyCooper Major grins Posts: 2,193Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 8, 2012
    I keep trying to read the title of that book or card propped up.
    On my laptop, I can't quite read it.
    Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
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  • Quincy TQuincy T from ear to ear Posts: 1,090Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 8, 2012
    "Opens doors no other card can." The United Mileage Plus Explorer card, apply now and get 60,000 free miles.
  • bdcolenbdcolen CaptureReality Posts: 3,804Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 9, 2012
    It's a nice moment. I'd definitely burn in the newspaper and the card.
    bd@bdcolenphoto.com
    "He not busy being born is busy dying." Bob Dylan

    "The more ambiguous the photograph is, the better it is..." Leonard Freed
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